The VDC interviews Dr. Jerry on behalf of fellow nonprofit, Generation Rescue, and Dr. Cannell to discuss the role of vitamin D in autism.
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Recently, physicians in Portugal wrote that an old disease in infants is reappearing. And no, it’s not just rickets we’re talking about.
Research shows that vitamin D levels are low following pediatric heart surgery, most likely due to children’s D deficiency prior to surgery.
In the last year there have been a number of studies looking at vitamin D levels in children in various locations around the world. Tom Weishaar compares and contrasts the results.
New research published has found a link between high sun exposure during pregnancy and decreased risk of their children developing childhood cancer
Feeding for Life Foundation is offering a grant to fund projects that raise awareness for the importance of vitamin D and boost intake in pre-school children.
A new publication in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health reports that even infants placed on formula are at risk for severe vitamin D deficiency.
Dr Cannell reviews some of the latest research on the importance of vitamin D for bone health in infants and children.
Researchers were curious to see if vitamin D reduced the incidence of ear infections in children with four or more ear infections a year.
The literature on vitamin D and food allergy is conflicting with some studies implying vitamin D protects against food allergy and some studies implying it causes it.